Brazilian scientists have discovered the fossil of an 82-foot dinosaur who lived approximately 66 million years ago. The said fossil was not unearthed from an archaeological site, but was, in fact, kept hidded in a storage cupboard.
A new study from North Carolina State University reveals how crests, horns and knobs found on the skull of theropod dinosaurs are connected to the animals fast growth compared to other species without ornamented skulls.
Capturing a dinosaur-shaped lightning in a photo is not what you see every day.
A new study provides evidence that dinosaurs might not have roar, but instead, cooed like the birds we have today.
The relic is the first ever documented proof of tumorous facial swelling in fossils.
Retired nuclear physicists and amateur fossil hunter Bill Ship discovered bones of dinosaur belonging to a previously unknown horned dinosaur that is closely related to Triceratops
Dinosaurs had an elaborate nasal passage to keep their unusually large bodies cool, protecting their brain from overheating.
A new hadrosaur species, a type of duck-billed dinosaur, was excavated from Alaska. This species represents the northernmost dinosaur known to date and likely endured dark winter months and snowy conditions, researchers say.
A recent Cornell University study examined where the worst, or more painful, place to get stung is. After enduring multiple stings throughout 25 different places on his body, graduate student Michael Smith discovered one's nose is the most sensitive.
Feathered fossils examined by Brown University researchers were found to hold vital pigment information about a bird-like dinosaur that died 150 million years ago.
Dreadnoughtus - the long-necked herbivore recently uncovered in Patagonia - was previously thought to be the world's heaviest dinosaur, but now new findings may upend its heavyweight title.
Remnants of soft tissue, boasting similarities to red blood cells and collagen fibers, have been found in fragments of dinosaur fossils, possibly allowing scientists to better understand how these prehistoric creatures evolved to become warm-blooded.
The UK's oldest sauropod dinosaur was recently discovered, oddly, when a fossil bone fell from a cliff face on the Yorkshire coast, according to a new study.
A bizarre new dinosaur lineage has been discovered in Chile, and though it is closely related to the famous carnivorous Tyrannosaurus rex, it curiously had an appetite for plants rather than meat.